After a cloudy start to Sunday the sun broke through mid-morning producing 10 hours but the UV level, although still in the very high category, was the lowest this month, as was the maximum solar radiation. The thermometer rose to a peak of 23.1C at 15.50, which although the lowest for four days was still 0.4C above the 35-year average.
With no rain on Sunday the first week of June has produced just 0.3mm of rainfall.
Sunday night into Monday was a warm night with the thermometer not falling below 12.9C, being 1.1C above average.
Monday initially arrived with bright sunshine but a fog bank drifted across just after 07.15, blocking the sun and limiting visibility to 600m. By 08.00 the fog had evaporated and the thermometer risen to 14.7C with weak sunshine breaking thorough.
The June data is now updated. Apologies for the late input of the recent data.